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Colombia faces food, fuel shortages amid violent protests | Money Talks

Violent protests are continuing to rock Colombia, despite the government withdrawing the proposed tax reforms that incited the demonstrations. The coronavirus pandemic has devastated the economy and President Ivan Duque's government wants to raise taxes to pay off some of the country's mounting debt. But protesters want more state support for small businesses and farmers. And, as Mobin Nasir reports, the showdown with authorities is only making Colombia's economic woes worse. #Colombia #FoodShortages #ViolentProtests

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Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

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The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

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Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Concerns over women's rights grow as Taliban forms government | Money Talks

Concerns over women's rights grow as Taliban forms government | Money Talks

Marvel's Shang-Chi film sets US box office record | Money Talks

Marvel's Shang-Chi film sets US box office record | Money Talks

Event to connect Turkish producers and African companies | Money Talks

Event to connect Turkish producers and African companies | Money Talks

South African economy grows 1.2% in Q2, beats forecasts | Money Talks

South African economy grows 1.2% in Q2, beats forecasts | Money Talks

Salvadoran banks and businesses start accepting bitcoin | Money Talks

Salvadoran banks and businesses start accepting bitcoin | Money Talks

Guinea thrown into uncertainty as military seizes power | Money Talks

Guinea thrown into uncertainty as military seizes power | Money Talks

UN: Air quality improved significantly during 2020 lockdowns | Money Talks

UN: Air quality improved significantly during 2020 lockdowns | Money Talks

Markets reopen in Afghanistan, but political uncertainty plagues businesses | Money Talks

Markets reopen in Afghanistan, but political uncertainty plagues businesses | Money Talks

UK activists call for more investment in circular economy | Money Talks

UK activists call for more investment in circular economy | Money Talks

US court approves bankruptcy plan for Purdue Pharma | Money Talks

US court approves bankruptcy plan for Purdue Pharma | Money Talks

Flash floods prompt state of emergency in New York City | Money Talks

Flash floods prompt state of emergency in New York City | Money Talks

11 ride-hailing firms questioned over abuse of market power | Money Talks

11 ride-hailing firms questioned over abuse of market power | Money Talks

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